January 3, 2017

Learning how to eat mindfully is an intentional practice that involves adjusting your perception of food to recognize the divinity of not just in the ingredients of a meal, but the honor of the role as eater. We often save practicing presence for prayer, meditation or yoga — times when we are taught to take our time, slow down our racing minds and be intentional with every breath, every movement and every thought. But, we have the opportunity to bring mindf...

December 28, 2016

Tonight is the last new moon of 2016, right before the beginning of a new year. Many people are spending time reflecting on what happened throughout the year and counting their blessings, even though it's been a tense and challenging time — to put it lightly.

This evening, you can nourish your body with a tea full of herbs like chamomile and lemon balm that offer relaxation, calendula which has anti-inflammatory properties and oatstraw which helps restore th...

August 18, 2016

For most people, the idea of eating a specially-prepared, intimate meal with a table of folks they don’t know may not seem like the ideal way to spend an evening. But, it really can be an amazing experience if you like pleasantly unpredictable experiences that allow you to explore your personality and palate in the company of others who share your deep appreciation for eating well and dining out with flair.

If you’re on the fence about coming to a dining exp...

July 25, 2016

Eating is an integral part of all of our lives. We eat when we celebrate at parties and weddings, we eat when we mourn at funerals and we eat to sustain our lives everyday. It can accompany an emotion, bring back a memory, heighten a moment or ruin the day. This daily ritual sustains us, feeding our physical bodies and our energetic bodies with its nutrients. It’s part of what keeps us all alive.

When we are intentional about the food we put into our bodies...

April 25, 2016

Roots are some of the most nutrient-dense vegetables in the world. While each root contains its own set of health benefits, they share many of the same characteristics. Yams, beets, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, carrots, yuca, kohlrabi, onions, garlic, celery root (or celeriac), horseradish, daikon, turmeric, jicama, Jerusalem artichokes, radishes, and ginger are all considered roots.

 

Because root vegetables grow underground, they absorb a great amount of n...

April 11, 2016

Have you noticed a pattern here yet?

13 meals, 13 guests. 

Why 13?

 

Here at Sacred Table, we believe that all things have a vibration or energetic imprint from names to emotions to symbols to numbers. We’ve been asked more than a few times about why we have chosen to host exactly 13 themed menus throughout the year for only up to 13 guests each experience. For most people, they’re only familiar with some of the darker symbolism of 13 as an unlucky number that...

March 31, 2016

Curious about who's behind the magic simmering on stove, bubbling in the oven, whirring in the blender, chopping in the food processor and drying in the dehydrator? Well, wonder no more!

 

Meet Kerline!

 

 

 

What’s your signature dish?

Honestly - I don’t have one. I’ve been asked this many times in different ways. It’s like asking me which one of my children I love more. My signature is on all my dishes. My palette doesn’t play favorites. Often whatever dish I’m...

March 26, 2016

 

 

Tea is kind of amazing when you really stop to think about it – you heat up some water, toss in some plants or flowers, the healing components of the herbs get extracted into the liquid and suddenly you have yourself a magical elixir fit for a deity.

 

If you're interested in incorporating more tea into your day, try these three teas designed to enhance your morning, afternoon and evening.

 

Morning

Dandelion Root

 

This powerful flower has a roasted, nutty flav...

March 24, 2016

 

Although the food that comes out of the The Culinary Tantrist may seem like pure magic, she doesn’t have any tricks up her sleeve. No. Her alchemy has been hard-earned through trial and error in the kitchen, many nights over the stove spicing and flavoring up her creations to perfection until she found the sublime combinations that now make up the foundation of lots of her signature dishes.

 

 

 

Now, she's got her cadre of ingredients stocked and always make...

March 22, 2016

 

Whether you’re looking to gain more confidence, get a better grip on your health or shift gears on your eating habits, your ability to improve your world physically, psychologically, emotionally and spiritually lies within yourself. For some the word chakra (a sanskrit term meaning “wheel” or “spinning”) may already be a part of their vocabulary but for others there may still be some fog to clear up about the powerful, vibrant energy centers located throug...

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